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You are now aware that you are breathing.


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Spam? :?



You're also aware that you're blinking.
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Pretty intersting to mention this, but whats the point.

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.....that's actually really bizarre...because really you DON'T realize you're breathing...it's so automatic.





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We're all gonna forget again in a few minutes so our subconscious flows will automatically resume on their own.

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Funny, you don't really think about it, but you do it sub-consciously.

And, I really cannot see any discussion value in this,

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Things like breathing and blinking are voluntary actions. You can't control things like youe heart beat and blood pressure, that's involuntary.



Interesting that some animals can do that, like the Thorny Devil lizard, which can raise the pressure of blood in its head to make blood squirt out of its eyes as a defence mechanism.
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This whole thing about doing things but not remembering that you're doing them.



It reminded me of the game.
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Things like breathing and blinking are voluntary actions. You can't control things like youe heart beat and blood pressure, that's involuntary.



Interesting that some animals can do that, like the Thorny Devil lizard, which can raise the pressure of blood in its head to make blood squirt out of its eyes as a defence mechanism.


Holy [cabbage]... That would be awesome!



It is possible to kinda-sorta control your heartbeat, though. If you speed up or slow down your breathing, your heart rate will follow. I used to do it in my gym class when we had to wear heart rate monitors. I'd breathe fast for a minute to get my rate up then be able to do nothing. One of the better units in gym. :lol:

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Someone's been going to /b/ recently. Half the topics there are "you're aware of the pressure you're putting on your mouse now" or what you posted, or something else stupid and relating to things we do without realizing it. It's completely pointless, but what else can I expect from a *channer.



On the lizard topic, that's seriously badass. Although you can control your heartbeat. Why do you think lie detector tests don't always hold up in court? If you focus enough, you can slow down or speed up your heart rate enough to fool those tests.
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Your pulse rate isn't the only thing that lie detectors look for.



We can't truly control our heart beat, not in the same way as blinking or breathing.
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I think this has no discussion value left...
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This whole thing about doing things but not remembering that you're doing them.



It reminded me of the game.


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Are you in control when you urinate? Most of us urinate because we get a feeling/pain or whatever? So then we either hold it then, or let it go. But do we have any control over our bladder giving that feeling?

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It's biologically impossible for a man to stop peeing mid-stream.
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You're also aware that you're blinking.


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It's biologically impossible for a man to stop peeing mid-stream.


I meant beforehand, before you've started to pee, the feeling you get that tells you to go pee. Or is it just something that happens when you get X liquid in bladder?



But now that you bring that up, is it only mid-stream, or is are you able to stop 3/4s of the way? As I guarantee you I can stop then (3/4s). Should try this...and I meant myself.

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I assume the bladder releases chemicals or nerve signals when it needs to be emptied.



It is possible to stop mid-stream, but it leaves you with a feeling of intense dissatisfaction, it will annoy you for the rest of the day.
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The first thing that popped into my head was the game. Damn you.
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I assume the bladder releases chemicals or nerve signals when it needs to be emptied.



It is possible to stop mid-stream, but it leaves you with a feeling of intense dissatisfaction, it will annoy you for the rest of the day.


I always thought that it was just the pressure of a full bladder that told us we needed to go. Like if you've ever waited a really long time to pee or drank lots of water before bed, once you pee there's a very obvious pressure release.



And if it's possible to stop mid-stream, then it's not biologically impossible. :P




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